Monday, 12 May 2014

"Look Up" Creation for Everyone {A Must-See} !!
{not designed by me!}





Hi everyone!  Hope I got your attention!!  

I'm busy right now getting some Design Team work prepared
ahead of time so thought I would share this AWESOME VIDEO
with you instead today! 

 Seeing as it is MONDAY I thought this could be
 a GREAT START to your week!! 

It definitely profoundly affected me & I am going to do my best

to do what is realistically possible for me to cut down on my smart
phone usage when I am out & about for sure!  

Don't want to miss a real-life opportunity :)



It is racking up millions of views &  is honestly
the best way I've ever heard ANYONE sum technology up in words.

For any adults, parents or not, it's important that we convey to our
children that there is a life outside of technology & put boundaries
on it for us as well as them!!

HAVE A GREAT WEEK!



8 comments:

Lizzy Hill said...

Seen this one...quite impressive, but oh, the irony! I mean...how do we all get to see it? NOT by looking up, eh???!!!!! Still, quite a powerful message:):)

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Wow ... that is awesome!!!

dstandard said...

I saw this video on FB and sent it to two of my kids!

Karenliz Henderson said...

WOW what a great video. I just sent it around.

luv46kdz said...

I saw this on Facebook. Isn't this so true Helen? One of my biggest peeves is being at dinner in a restaurant and someone looking down at their phone. Oh gosh so rude! I don't let my kids bring their phones to the dinner table, we don't even have a tv in our kitchen. It really is an addiction without a doubt.

Paula

Sue Lelli said...

Thank you for posting this! It is sadly so true. I am passing this on!

Lynette said...

I saw this on Facebook. The cyber noise is one of the reasons I had to take a break from the internet. I just needed to get my sanity back.

Eila Sandberg said...

It's been heavenly being off anything social media related lately, helps quite a bit that we're banned from FB at work so I'm using my tube and bus rides to check in briefly. Looking at people and just being present here and now instead of clicking like a maniac to catch up everywhere. This is so true! xoxox